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Oct 13, 2012 2:30am PDT
of the unknown of what this government is going to do in regulation and taxation. it is not one little snowball, it is not one little snowball. it is the avalanche of snowballs that freezes people from hiring the next employee. >> it is all, as he said, all related together. all related to uncertainty and the fact there isn't any permanence in things like the tax code and regulation. it is very hard for a small business to make a decision based on what is going on next year. they are planning out five years because when they hire one employee or make a major capital investment, it is very impactful on their business. which is different from big business, who says, this is going out next year, this is what we can do with our business now. so with a small business owner, it is not just one tax issue. it is how does that feed into the uncertainty. how does that feed into the health care policy? how does that feed into permanence? it all comes together. look, small business owners are entrepreneurs. they have an entrepreneurial spirit. they believe people can stand on their own and
Oct 7, 2012 4:30am PDT
believe people can stand on their own and make things better. they don't want the government involved in their business. they want it run their businesses and grow the pie for everyone in america. >> all right. incredibly interesting discussion, which i wish we could have for the whole show. you both feel strongly and feel similarly and over the next few weeks, we can talk to people with all different point of view. i appreciate you coming on and talking about this. >> when your family has run a business for well over a century, how can you possibly keep it fresh? one way is to diversify the business. meet the only of rosenwalk tanks. the family has made the same thing for generations and he has joust lasted almost all of the competition. so how does he do it? rs andrew rosenwalk is the fourth generation owner of new york city-based rosenwalk tanks. >> i will, thank. >> you look across new york skyline. from brooklyn to manhattan to the bronx, and you will find his family's handmade wooden tanks proudly perched on rooftop after rooftop after rooftop. >> he if these tanks look old-fash
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